Informational (nonfiction), 467 words, Level N (Grade 2)
Multilevel Book also available in levels V and Z1
The founders of the newly formed United States knew that its president needed good advisors to succeed. The United States Constitution called for the creation of departments that would be led by presidential advisors. These advisors make up the president's cabinet and make sure the country's systems work well. Today's presidential cabinets include many departments, each with its own responsibilities. This book talks about some of the best-known cabinets and what they do.
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